WILLIAMSPORT – Rep. Jamie Flick (R- Lycoming/Union) announced that he was recently assigned to the Game and Fisheries and the Tourism and Economic and Recreational Development committees.
The Game and Fisheries Committee works with the Pennsylvania Game Commission and the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. The committee helps to manage and protect the Commonwealth’s natural resources and considers legislation affecting hunting, fishing and conservation.
“As representative of a district with important waterways and State Game Lands, I am happy to be appointed to this committee,” said Flick. “I look forward to working on legislation that will preserve and serve Pennsylvania’s natural resources.”
The Tourism and Economic and Recreational Development Committee considers legislation relating to travel and tourism promotion.
“As the home of the Little League World Series and other internationally recognized events, my district benefits a lot from tourism. I look forward to bringing the perspective of people in my district to improve the state of tourism and the economy of the Commonwealth as a whole.”
Flick will continue serving on the Government Oversight, Children and Youth and Human Services committees in addition to his new assignments. The Pennsylvania State House of Representatives is next in session Sept. 26, when it will continue voting on bills in committee and the House floor.
Representative Jamie Flick
Pennsylvania House of Representatives
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